This review is written with thanks to the TBC Reviewers Group and Orion for my copy of Ask Me No Questions via Netgalley.
TWINS HAVE A SPECIAL BOND SOMEONE WILL KILL TO BREAK . . .
As children, Gabi and Thea were like most identical twin sisters: inseparable.
Now adults, Gabi is in a coma following a vicious attack and Thea claims that, until last week, the twins hadn’t spoken in fifteen years. But what caused such a significant separation? And what brought them back together so suddenly?
Digging into the case, DS Kate Munro is convinced the crime was personal. Now she must separate the truth from the lies and find the dangerous assailant – before any more blood is spilled . . .
I’ve seen a few reviews for Ask Me No Questions and I’ve been desperate to read it for myself. It lived up to all my expectations and more! The writing style made the novel really easy to read and I was gripped the whole way through.
The detective investigating Gabi’s attack is Detective Sergeant Kate Munro. I warmed to her character very easily and I admired her “no nonsense” approach to her work. She’s also not afraid to break a few rules which gives the investigation an interesting edge. I’m not sure if there is a series planned for Kate, but I would definitely like to read more of her. There are some issues bubbling under the surface and it would be great if these were explored in further books.
The protagonists of Ask Me No Questions are Thea, Gabi and Harry. They are not the easiest characters to like but the relationship between them and their shared history is fascinating and adds to the tense atmosphere that runs through the novel.
Ask Me No Questions is full of twists and turns – some of which made my jaw hit the floor. I raced through the chapters desperate to know what would happen next.
Ask Me No Questions is available from Amazon.